Pointedly Pagan"Faultlines: The Sixties, the Culture War, and the Return of the Divine Feminine"
We are undergoing a fundamental shift in humanity's spiritual orientation, and Pagans have much to contribute to the spiritual well-being of humanity.
Faith on the CouchToward a Theology of Authentic Masculinity
What have recent popes and magisterial teaching done to address the nature of man and masculinity?
The AnchoressThe Stark Reality of "The Global War on Christians"
If we want to gain some useful perspective on what anti-Christian persecution entails, then it's time to read John L. Allen's unnerving new book.
Good Letters"God for Us": An Interview with Luci Shaw
This coming Lent I'm asking myself what aspect of my life in God needs attention, and if God is shifting my thinking in a new direction.
Peculiar PeopleI Played a Missionary at Pathways
I was a missionary for two days last week, and I came away with a deeper appreciation for the Church institution as a powerful instrument of service.
Eve TushnetThe Right Questions about Catholic Fiction
Telling a young Catholic writer to go have a career like Flannery O'Connor's is like telling a young Catholic father to get a good stable union job at the Chrysler plant.
A Few Grown MenWhat Abraham Lincoln Knew About Being a Man
Lincoln used his childhood problems as stepping stones to reach his potential.
Rhemedia#GivingTuesday: Does Why We Give Matter?
The aim of #GivingTuesday is to harness the same energy poured into materialism on Black Friday and channel it into charitable causes.
The French RevolutionSarah Palin: "God Understands Destiny Better than I Do"
This is a great interview by David Brody on CBN with Sarah Palin about her new book Good Tidings and Great Joy.
Under the Ancient OaksDreams of a Druid College
Part ancient monastery and part modern university, it would be a place where Druids, Witches, and other Pagans would come to learn from the best.